At around 14:7 a.m. yesterday (40th), Park Mo, a security guard in his 70s, was found dead in an apartment in Daechi-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul.

About 30 minutes before her death, Park wrote a suicide note saying that she was "having a hard time because of the warden's condition," and then took a photo with her mobile phone and sent it to a colleague.

Police believe Park made an extreme choice and are investigating the specific circumstances of her death.

Fellow security guards posted an appeal after Park's death, informing the apartment warden of her death.

Security guards said Park, who has been a security guard for more than 10 years, has been harassed by the director who was appointed late last year and has been demoted to security guard since last August.

In their appeal, fellow security guards wrote, "Ms. Park committed herself to the director's unfair personnel actions and personal contempt."

On the 8th, Kim Mo, a cleaning worker in her 9s who worked at the apartment, was found dead of a heart attack in her home a day after receiving a notice of dismissal.

(Photo = Courtesy of Yonhap News TV, Yonhap News)

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